Director of New 'Fall' Movie Says Actors Were Never More Than 100 Feet High
The new summer movie "Fall" is about two female daredevils who scale an abandoned TV tower 2,000 feet above the ground. It's based on the KXTV/KOVR Tower in California. The new thriller is being compared to the "Mission: Impossible" sequel, which used movie magic to make Tom Cruise look like he was scaling the world's tallest building in Dubai. "Fall" director, Scott Mann, says the actors were never more than 100 feet in the air.